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INDEX   TO   TABLES
BLAST FURNACE.                                            PAGE
II-A   Blast-furnace slags....................................----     50
II-B   Practice at Middlesbro and Pittsburg.....................     66
II-G    Distribution, of calorific energy...........................     67
II-D   General equation..........................................      69
II-B   Method of calculating the composition and Value of.........     72
II-F   Composition and value of the gas.........................     74
II-G-   Data on products of combustion...........................     77
II-H   Loss of heat in products of combustion...................     79
II-I    Composition of pig-iron and spiegel...;...................      83
WROUGHT-IRON.
III-A   Elimination of metalloids in puddling....................     87
III-B    Composition of puddle cinder............................      89
III-C   Plates from shear and universal mills...................      90
III-D   Irregularity of wrought-iron.............................     91
HIGH STEEL.
V-A    Steel not according to specification.......................      96
V-B    Clippings from top and bottom of ingot...................     97
V-C    Variations in Swedish metal..............................     98
V-D    Variations in one lot of crucible steel..........  .....----      99
ACID BESSEMER.
VI-A Chemical history of a charge.............................    102
VI-B Manganiferous irons and slags............................    104
VI-C   Steel from manganiferous irons...........................    105
VI-D American Bessemer slags..................................    106
VI-E Calorific history..........................................    109
BASIC BESSEMER.
VII-A Metal, slag and gases....................................    116
VII-B Reduction of manganese from slag.......................    117
VII-C  High sulphur iron in basic converter.....................    118
VII-D Calorific equation of the basic Bessemer process----,----    120
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